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Daisy Gallegos

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Clinical Psychology PhD Student

Bachelors of Science in Psychology with a Minor in Human Development and Family Science

Research Interests:
  • Preventative and promotive factors within a Latinx family system such as race, discrimination, racial socialization
  • Parent-child relationships and coding parenting style 
  • Well-being of Latinx children in the early developmental years
  • Developmental and health disparities in minority children
  • Increasing access to mental health services to marginalized and immigrant communities
Selected Publications:

Smith Bynum, M. A., Walsdorf, A. A., Osborne, K. R., Anderson, L. A., Gallegos, D. J., Mizelle, D. L.      Nwabude, P., Owen, M. T., Caughy, M. O. (2019). The Racial Socialization Observational Task (RSOT) and Coding Manual, Adapted for Ages 10-12. University of Georgia.

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